C536 = to NTE199 ?

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Hi
    I am trying to find the replacement for a c536 transistor in a Holden
GTS dash clock. It is the deriver for a small oscillator that drives a
coil in what looks like a tiny induction motor

I crossed it over to an nte199 using a web sight >
http://nte01.nteinc.com/nte/NTExRefSemiProd.nsf /$$Search

Data sheet >
http://nte01.nteinc.com/nte/NTExRefSemiProd.nsf/a6717b3819c6a23485256a1c00529259/bc7e985e3a5c051a85256a78007c1686?OpenDocument


  The local suppliers (Jaycar/electronics) don't list c536 or nte199

So I guess I am asking is the x over correct and who stocks it in Adelaide

Thanks
Darren


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  My equiv book (assuming a 2SC536) is a general purpose 100mA, 180MHz, 40v
NPN transistor.

  See here for a datasheet:
<http://www.datasheetcatalog.com/datasheets_pdf/2/S/C/5/2SC536.shtml

  Pinouts with the flat bit facing you, and legs pointing down (reading left
to right) are Emitter, Collector, Base.

  Equivalents are stated as BCY58, BC548, BC171, BC547.
  Appears not specialised by any means.

  There are some real garden variety types in there to choose from, I'll leave
the suppliers up to you, because if they don't have one of those, they're
either very useless electronics suppliers, or they specialise in knitting
instead.
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Not same pinout but easily bodged. BC547 / 8 are common as floor dust.

Graham


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** WES Components of Ashfield, Sydney have the  2SC536  listed at $0.47
each.

I would just use a BC549 and twist the legs so the collector came up in the
middle.




.....   Phil



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Know how to read a data sheet ?
http://www.datasheetcatalog.org/datasheets2/10/109739_1.pdf

VERY general purpose TO-92 npn low power device. Multiple possibilities for
replacement. Note that the centre pin is collector not
base.

Graham



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replacement. Note that the centre pin is collector not
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Oops! - My apologies to the OP. Yes, he'll need to bend the legs around,
rather than just flipping it.


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Thanks All
Darren

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2SC1815 appears to be a suitable replacement with the same pinout.
It's a garden variety type. You might be able to scrounge one from old
Japanese equipment.

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This site may be useful:
http://www.flippers.com/X-Ref-ECG.html

It cross-references ECG/NTE numbers to standard parts. In your case
you would look for ECG199 (= NTE199). The 2SC1815 is listed as one of
the choices.

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Possibly one of the cheapest, most common Japanese small signal
transistors. Not something where you'd want to spend the $$$ for an NTE
equivalent! ;^)

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Data sheet on the original part:
<http://www.datasheetcatalog.com/datasheets_pdf/2/S/C/5/2SC536.shtml

TO-92, (EBC)
400mW max diss., Icm10%0mA, hFE60%-960, fT10%0MHz.

It should be pretty easy to find a generic substitute that meets those
specs.

A BC547B is cheap, commonly available, & will probably work fine. Just
remember  that it's a (CBE) pinout, so you'll need to put it backwards
to the original transistor.
<http://www.jaycar.com.au/products_uploaded/BC548.pdf

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